The Atlanta Woman's Club is a hundred and seven years old woman's club located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, Georgia. Built in 1895 as Atlanta's first woman's club, it has been well cared for through the years and is a national, state and city historical landmark. The Club resides in the Wimbish Mansion, one of the last remnants of the "Old South" on Peachtree Street and has served as a stage for several major motion movie pictures. The Club was also recently featured on GPTV's, "Peachtree Street - Take Another Look".
The Club offers its elegant upscale facilities for Wedding Ceremonies & Receptions, Award Ceremonies, Seasonal Parties, Corporate Meetings and Parties, Birthday Parties Bar and Bat Mitzvah's and other Special Events.
The Atlanta Woman’s Club, a non-profit organization, seeks to improve the community by supporting many charitable organizations. The Club also supports the Tallulah Falls School in Northern Georgia, which has been owned and operated by the Georgia Federation since 1909.
Membership in the Club is not required for rental of the facilities.
The Atlanta Woman's Club is also a member of the General Federation of Woman's Clubs.